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NAID 2015
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North American Indian Days 2015 Starts on Thursday

The celebration in Browning, Montana, is always held the second week in July for four days.  It is an intriguing way to see authentic Blackfeet traditions.  Tipis are pitched on the powwow grounds for four days of contest dancing, games, a number of sports events and socializing

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custom cutters
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Custom Guys Coming To Conrad

A report came rolling in this morning from Tall Todd, the custom cutter guy & Todd plans to be down in the Conrad area around the 20th of this month! The guys have run into green with only a couple of days of harvest left out in Leoti, Kansas. He

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it's just ducky
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It’s Going to Be Just Ducky

I'm blogging about the Duck Race tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon "Swimming off" at 1 o'clock SHARP down in Choteau. It's all part of the Choteau Soroptimist Summer Festival from 10 to 3 tomorrow & we're all invited. Th

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food pantry
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The Pantry Is Full

The First Baptist Church here in Shelby is sending out a warm welcome AND special invite to their food pantry on Sundays. The First Baptist food pantry will be open EVERY Sunday afternoon from 2:30 until 4

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Cut Bank Farmers Market
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Another Day At Market

,It's WEDNESDAY(!) & that means the Farmers Market will be going strong this afternoon over in Cut Bank at Cut Bank City Park. Today's Cut Bank Farmers Market gets underway at 3 o'clock SHARP this afternoon & it's another perfect day here in our Golden Triangle for a Farmers Market with partly cloudy skies, 10 to 15 mph winds, & a high temperature of 80 degrees in the Big Sky forecast. Hope you c

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4th of July
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Blowing In The Wind

The Lake Frances Artisan Auction, "Blowing in the Wind" is set for This Saturday, the 4th of July, in conjunction with the Valier All School Reunion! It's a fundraiser for the Valier Public Library, & tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon, Cheryl Curry & Lee Horton will be stopping by the Puffman Show at 2:30 with all the details. The Va

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Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream book
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What’s Your Favorite Flavor

Back in 2008, the Van Leewens started their ice cream business in Brooklyn with a pair of buttercup yellow ice cream trucks. They did this with a clear mission in mind: to revitalize traditional ice cream making while using only whole, natural ingredients sourced from the finest small producers in the world

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potluck dinner
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It’s Pot Luck

There's going to be a potluck dinner (they're the best kind) this afternoon (Saturday) at River (Williamson Park) here in Shelby in honor of Josephine Krutzfeld. This very special potluck dinner kicks off at 2 o'clock SHARP today & EVERYONE'S invited! What a very special honor for Josephine. Po

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100 degree temperatures
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Good As My Word

When I last blogged, I blogged that I would be blogging the simple recipe for making a very economical & very health alternative to brand name sports drinks...here goes:

1 quart of water

1 quarter teaspoon of Real Salt (unprocessed sea salt)

A squeeze of lemon

AND a little honey. Th

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keep cool
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Keep Cool

With a torrid weekend on the way with temperatures in the 90's(!), NOW is the perfect time to give some thought to the importance of staying well-hydrated. Health educator & natural salt expert Darryl Bosshardt says, "Staying hydrated means not only drinking water, but keeping your body mineralized with the major electrolytes & trace minerals." What

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Apples Peaches Pumpkin Pie
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An All Time Great Oldie

Whenever I "spin" the Jay & the Techniques tune, "Apples, Peaches, Punkin' Pie," it reminds me of all the Farmers Markets that take place every summer out here under our Montana Big Sky. There's one happening in Cut Bank this afternoon, & they're stocked to the hilt this week! Today's Cut Bank Farmers Market will be open from 3 o'clock until 6 tonight in Cut Bank City Park. Buy lo

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crops
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How’s Your Crop

Tall Todd the custom harvester guy says that he is 1 field short of finishing in Clinton, Oklahoma. That field is still muddy, but should be dried out enough today as the forecast there is for 95 degrees & 15 to 30 mph south winds! The crop ran from 25 to 30 bushels to the acre with test weights between 57 & 58 pounds, except for 1 load that only weighed 47.9 pound

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